Discussions continue within the SBC concerning the impact, influence, and theology of Calvinism. You can read more about recent publications here.
For the midwesterners out there, here is an opportunity to see and hear great teaching. James White will be in Eagan, MN on October 16-17, 2010. I hope to make it to this so I can finally meet James in person. I’ve known him online for a long, long time. I’ve learned a lot from his debates, lectures, and books.
Collin Hansen, Justin Taylor, and Kevin DeYoung share their thoughts on three specific challenges that will be faced by the Evangelical Reformed movement.
There is an unmistakeable embracing of Calvinism across the Christian landscape. Why? Pastor Mark Dever offers his top 10 list.
7. J. I. Packer
9. John Piper
For those of you who are not aware of theology on DVD, here is a great example for your consideration. I am currently watching the series and am enjoying it immensely. There is a lot of gold in this treasure chest.
Rich in graphics, dramatic vignettes, and biblical analogies, Amazing Grace: The History and Theology of Calvinism features many of the finest reformed thinkers and pastors of our time: Dr. R.C. Sproul, Dr. D. James Kennedy, Dr. George Grant, Dr. Stephen Mansfield, Dr. Thomas Ascol, Dr. Thomas Nettles, Dr. Roger Schultz, Pastor Walt Chantry, Dr. Joe Morecraft, Dr. Ken Talbot, Pastor Walter Bowie and Dr. R.C. Sproul, Jr..
You can purchase it at Monergismbooks.com for a very affordable price.
Rev. John Samson has pointed out two very valuable sessions from the Ligonier National Conference that are currently available at no charge. The only cost is your time and attention.
- Dr. Sinclair Ferguson speaks on Calvin’s formulation of the biblical doctrines of grace (42 mins)
- Panel Q&A on Calvin: Al Mohler, Ligon Duncan, Sinclair Ferguson, & Steven Lawson (66 mins)
(HT: Reformation Theology)